"If you LOVE Japanese food, bring some of your friends to my place. I will buy you dinner and you pay for the booze and tip. Deal? My restaurant is in Tribeca and I just took over the space a few weeks ago. I have ramen, hirata buns and sushi. Would love to hear what you think and get a Yelpers perspective :). "
Truthfully, I don't troll the Talk pages, but I love that my friends do. So thank you, Sally W. and Rich W. for letting me join in on the fun.
|Hirata Buns with Short Ribs|
|Seafood Ramen with Kakuni (pork belly)|
|Brioche Bread Pudding|
|Coffee and Donuts|
They have a sushi selection and I tried their soft shell crab sushi, it was amazing. I did not have a chance to sample the fish, but everything else that I had was spot on.
Their desserts are a good end to the meal, and the donuts in the Coffee and Donuts have amazing texture. The "Coffee" is somewhere a little confused. Taste is good, but there is something lacking about it. Nothing major, im just nitpicking.
|Our Table and the Chef|
Amazing Ramen without the hassles of waiting? Yes please.
77 Hudson Street
New York NY10013
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